Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
.t ,,1WU�ICt MUSICt MUStCI MUSICI MU8ICI "Whtin you wailt nnyUiIng ii\ the Music M�f. Como to our Sloro lunt Select., Ii from nur 'Stock, Wo keep cvorytliliiK ,in >>Iiisto nuJ (, ' JMusictl OoodK. . eIow to his , father. The -Mountain Horse family DeWOLPS SHOE STORE Cor. 5th Street "and 4th Avenue Wejiave opened up with a new stock of Women's and Children's Shoes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TRY U8 AND SEE. WE CARRY WIDTHS FROM A, TO E. The Ladies' Shoe Store have played a prominont part lu the war. * It will be roniemheretl (hat two yi-ars apo Pte. Albert Mouiu.iin Horse, a brother, went ti) the front anil v,was KRssed. the young man dying at Montreal on lii.s way home to Maclood. Now his brotlter -Mike is suffering from the same afflii'tion. Another brother .Joe, ].>> also at the front. Strange Co-Incidence A stranije ro-incidenoe happened wh*n Jlike Mountain Horse was Incapacitated by German gas. He was discovered out on Xo Man's 'Land by no less a person than W. B. 'Turner, an ex-raeniber of ihe Mounted FoUce at Lellibridge, and well-known in this country, who of course was well-nc-quainied with Mike, and brought him l>ack to the Une^. Mr. Turner tells of this in a letter to .Air. Blackhurne here. The following is Mike's letter: My Dear Father: I received your letter, from France. My brother sent it to me. I was very glad to hear from you. I am very ;;lad to tell you that 1 am very well. I was fourteen" days away from here shooting. I ju.=t got back. I am going to France again in a few days. Don't worl-y about me. AVe have all got to die some day but I might jniii through alright again then I am s?ing home to Canada, not before. AVhen 1 got hit first. I was four days lying out in "Xo JIan's Land." I wa.s hit in the leg but I am alright now. 1 got about fifteen Germans with ray rifle and I think I did 'not do so bad. I do not want to go home just yet. I have been treated very good since coming back to England, where I wajj In tho hospital. I got the best of everything. Will say good-by hoping to hear from you again. PTE. MIK^MOUXTAIX HORSE. No. 895041, Bramshott Camp. , 2lBt Reserve Battaflon, flants, England. Continues Next Week Until Balance of 443 .Boxes -Are Sold �- , UP UNTIL LAST NIGHT WE SENT OUT ALMOST 100 CASES SO THAT AT THAT RATE THEY VyiLL SOON BE ALL CLEAR^ED OUT. ORDEfJ A BOX OR TWO NOW. Price, per case ...... $1.95 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 GOOD HAY QUICK Timothy and Upland Prairie > Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock BIdg., Phone 777.^ Thel^wentieth Centiiry Store i ^Everybody'* Book Shop'' ^'We SeU the Books Being Talked About" 'B14 FOURTH AVENUE " 7; PHONE 613 Winnipeg. Mar. 16.-At titties during thfe session of tliO^ market today. Tthe market almost verged on panic' conditions. It has been the first real bear market, the exchange has seen in a Ion.!? time. Toe rapid fluctuations were hard to follow. The decline of about 5 cents a bushel in the American markets were the chief reason for the weakness^ero. 4ii ;i4i.:t . : ? ? > � O * CITY AND DISTRICT Retailers Monday Night An important raeotTlig ot tho retail merchants of the city will be�held in the hoard ot trade rooms on Monday, evening, when tho provincial organizer will be present. Funeral John Taylo^ Tho funeral of John Taylor will take I place Monday afternoon nt 2.30 from ' Fetterley's Parlors, to Knox church, wliero service will be held by Uev. Mr, Burns. Alembtjrs of JIasonic lodges v.lU be in attendance. mi Barley Xo. 3 C.W...187 Rejected ...156 Flax- 1 X. W. C, ... -No. 2 C.W...373 Xo. 4 C.W.. .182 Feed .......153 at Xo. 3 C.W...3(;i Winnipeg) Livestock Winnipeg, .March 16.-Receipts the Union stook yards this morning totalled 150 cattle and .�44 hogs. Both the cattle and hog njarkets wore steady at yesterday's dlose." Prices on quality butcher cattle were fully 25 to 50 cents higher than last. week. The demand for stocker stuff was strong and prices were higher. ^ Hog offerings were heavier, than last week. Prices adyariced 50 to 00 cents a hundred on selects, with a premium for extra choice selects, ^ne load of 53 hogs sold for the record price of 520.50. , , BIRTHS ^ BOURNS--TO Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bourns, February 28th, a son. 75-1 BASINGER-On Sunday, March lOtli, to 3Ir. and Jlrs. Fred Basiuger, a daughter. 81-1 PBRRV-To Mr. and Mrs. ,T. A. Perry, corner 11th St. and 7th Ave., �March 15th, a son. - 81-1 KAISER RATS "Kaiser-Hat" is tl>o new name coined for the special benefit of the squirrel tribe. Tho Gopher is one of them. (.Mr. Doaley anya ~It's a dlvil ot a mane thing to call any animal.") Be that us itinav, the animal ^is on the Job, IT'S YOUR MOVE HERE'S THE LINE: . , ' Strychnine. GopKerclde. Klll-Em-Quick. Mayer's ^ure Death.. Potassium Cyanide. Botduan'G Poison Grain. Etc, Etc., Etc." V Quantity quotations on application. ^ J.'D. Higinbotham & Co --- Limited �" Caught a Butterflp |: ' Mrs. G. K. Mclntyre is quite satisfied that spring is here for good. Today, outside her house, sho caught u large beautifully colored butterfly. "Sunny Southern Alberta without a doubt," she told tho Herald. The "Alberta's Pioneer Dpuaglati* ' Wholesale and Retail Chemttti. TELEPHONE No. 322 M^taL Ceilings lij E**'" Greetings �f� sater, more sanitary and handaomer in appearance tll5Ti the old stylfe plaster. Especially m hallB and largo buildings are they eispeclajly desirable. "We put them up akllluUy and quickly. It you have a room that I requires a hew collLag, have it of hiatal and have it from us. A visit her� ty you or one to you � by ua will tell you why. Make your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add Individuality to xour message of thought-fulness ant}.good will,, \ MAKE THE APPOlNTMtNT TODAY. I Smith's Studio. 906 Third Ave. S. / Phone -1471 The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAr STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Ifrt .> ff .> � .;. f, .;. .)..:. .% i� � i). !? ? V/ANTS VOTES FOR WOMEN' ? > Fredericton, .N'.U., Mar. 10.- ? �> The provincial opposition lead- ? ;. er, Hon. ,(. A. .Murray, look ? ? ^step.H ye;>terduy to hav^.tho pro- ? ^viuclal traiichlHe extended to > women. Tin; nioiioiv;wilI coma beWre the Ingl.flature on Wetl- nnsday. It merely asks the leg- > >: Islature to approve of the prin- �}, ? clplo of conferring tho provln- ? ? : : J i Sttperior Supply Co. We are Selling Agents for the Mblihe Universal Tractor /and.can deliver a Tractor Today, RemoyarSs^le . There are a number ot "ilnes that wo must reduce.' Ydu; can save money. See the Wringer in OMr Window. RQberfson's,B()o)(StorB Present fetand 118 Bth Street 6. N^-/ Stand will be Lethbrldflo Hotel Block. This Meat Market was ih"e . First to be Established in Lcthbrldfle and .. Today � l3 flMt In serving uniformly first M quality meats- We do business |jy, .phone. R. COULW; The Alberta MeatjMhrKet PHONE 492 Forum Music The music at the Poruni tomorrow will be: Cornet solo. "Holy City," (Adam); by Mr. O. Ursenhach; Bass solo, "The Might Deep," (Petrle), sung by -Ml'. E. G. Hagell; Soprano solo, "Amerella," (Winnie), sung by Miss Marlon Kenny. ^ ' Board of Trade Meeting A general �ieetlng ot tho board of trade will be held Tuesday evening in , tho board rooms for the purpose of hearing the report of Pres. Marnoch on the deliberations of tho joint council o� commerce and agriculture at Re-glua. -:- } ' A Correction In the item regarding the appeal of tho caso ot the Bijou Jtotor Parlors agHinst Mr. Keel, a wrong Im-pro^'siou was given in last night's Herald In htating that Mr. Keol won the appeal. Tho appeal was taken by Mr. Keel against a judgment ordering him to pay damages to the Bljotj, Motor Parlors, His appeal was dlsmissod. Prewar0 for Spring Why jxislpone painting and varnishing. Now is the time to do inside work and today's prices are all /low^er thain thffv will be later. Jieady Mixed P,aint We are agents for the celebrated "Priitn" brand made by the Canada Paint Co, No better paint manii-factureicl.^Our guarantee goes �wiih it. , Varnishes �~ - ' i. ' ' - -.....�, We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish stains in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron and Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything iA this line. Also a large stock of brushes at modest'prices. Compafe our prices. - Consumers Hardware Co. Who Turned in Alarms? Chief Hardy,*) out.with blood In UIs eyo todayi loojiing fer whoever it was that-puUod two tire alariv boxes on Friday tilght about ten o'clock. Ono was piillod at the ' cornet; npar the EUlaen Mills. The brlgndo had just got back liito the fire halt when another alarm was. rung lu. from Knox Church 'Cortier. Both wero false alaf-ms. The chief declares ho will prosecute tho offender under tho criminal code it lie can find him. ANNOUNCEMENTS See Mr. Jlggs and Maggie at the Bu^y Bees' Concert, Friday, JIarch 32nd. � . " , Sl-1 The Westminster Church building, repaired and now the Unfted Church Hall is ready for use, and many old friends will "scarcely know the place when they see It. The .voung people ot the church are repeating; tlie musical Ulay "Our Busy Ladles' Aid" as au.opetilng concert, many having been unable to SCO it last week; The date \i Tuesday, March l^tti, at 8 p.m. Admission 25 cents. Tliere will he addl-tiou.s to Ihe progrnm and an address by the pnetor. On the following Friday night, JIarch. ?2nd, tho concert will he repeated in tije school nt Coaldale, under 'ho auspices of tho Methodlit church there, M-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Edna i^ay Pollard, 'Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. 6, rL.. Pollnrd. 732 17th St. N., \,.\, r V Edmonton. Maixili 15.-Too thucH Cro'zier is tho stoi-y of this hasketball game in Edmonton. . Scoro at half time, 22-11; final, 63-28,/Tohn Croziel scoring 17 points, with Bobson, Jloorj and Dingle hanging on his neck.Botli teams were disorganized by tho pep Rona! foul rule, Moore and Bingie foi Calgary, and Barney and Stevens tot the Xortherners, being ejected tot tour personalities of the rough descrli)' tlon. Aa stated abovb,'Crozier was the real star tor Edmonton and Dol> son for C'algtu'y, was the pick. ? �� � : * > ? tlmos reads about but seldotii sees, thj Dentals of 'Toronto, 1917 Canadian'hoo fkey Oh&mplpDS,' last nlgh� smashed the winning streak of the Cleveland teaiu and in a great exhibition were victors by 1 to, 1. . AIR MAN INJURED , Ottawa, Jfar. 16.-r-The naval depart-ment announces.that Fligftt Sub-LleuL, William S. Atideraon. R.NiA.S, ot Wlu-nfpeg, has been seriously Injured. YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WE^TBROOK BROS. ppifoslts Bank of Monti-Ml HAY CALL or^ F. O.HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge MAVfORSALE I CARLOADS OR CESS TIMOTHY, UPfcAND, 'AtFAL. FA, M1X.ED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. ' 'CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT^ SHIPMENT V WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & 1221 %nd Avenu� South Telephone 732 Get Your pl4 Shoes frtjih the bottom of the closet, sort a pair or so and, no hiattor how njuch wo/n they may appear to you. bring them hero. They must be very bad lodead It wa cannot � " repair them on our modern, machlnea. They practically JT'remake the slides. Give our B^rvlce a,trial. You'll find ~ it a great saver ot shoe expense, O. K. Shoe Co^ A. R. RE06HAW 1 A, J., RAaMUStEN S17'Third Ai^enu* South, Lethbrldga Pbona' 733 This store to be openad on Tuesday, March 12th at 8 a.m. 0j^f ice Equipment ^ Office and-Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Piling Cabineti, Agents fort Wpodfteok.'-.TypJwrUorai QlcK't .M>maoqr�ph,'nF.V A E.', Check Writer, etartdata Envotopa Sealer and 8tam^ Aff Ixer, Burroughs' Adding ...atock Reoistersi 8eal� apd .Ste^k.Certlfleatu. V AVFULL LINE OFv.OFFICe'B'TATIONERY. EV&RALL & FRANKS Phons 1107 SInnott Bloeki'Cor. 4th Ava, and Bth St.